I have seen two of these trucks pulling trailer(s) of a nationally known pastry company. The trucks are white, have single drive axles, don't have sleepers and have "Worldwide Dedicated Services" on the door with "Atlanta Ga" underneath the WDS. Guess what?.......on the front bumper is a license plate with the UPS logo on it. I talked to one of the drivers who said he was a member of the Teamsters. Other than that he didn't seem too happy with being a UPS employee (imagine that). I would appreciate a straight answer from any management member other than the one that feels the need to call people names. QUESTIONS: If our company is about to go "belly up", "bankrupt", "broke", "the way of GM" or any other allusion to being non-existant then how can we afford to start/purchase/take over another truck line? What are the implications for the existing feeder drivers at the next contract when the company, just convienently, has another truck line lurking in the shadows? I don't need smart answers. Hopefully the classier management folks like Pretzel man, Chanahon, UPSLifer and Hoaxster (with his humor) with shed some light on this issue. Thanks.